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Blanket Mission  


Today, we delivered the remaining blankets reaching a total of close to 400 needy families. Over 6 villages.

Today, we rushed to deliver aid to 3 hilltribe villages.

Converting the village meeting room to a first aid/medical clinic.

Attending to the elderly and destitute that have no close access to medical. Some were abandoned and did not have the means to get to the hospital.

Hand outs to the destitute. Most of them had to wear additional clothes at night as their existing blankets were too thin.

Group picture of Lau Nu Village - Hmomg hilltribe. Outside the village meeting room.

Lau Nu Village - Hmong & Thai Hill Tribe

Completed distribution of blankets at Lau Nu Village. This village consist of both Hmongs and Thais. Medical mission was not rendered as they are in close proximity to the provincial hospital.

This elderly lady was tearing as she was telling ben about how her son was involved in drugs & alcohol and abandoned her with her 3 children.

RADION team followed up with a home visit and conducted a needs assessment for her family and children. (more updates to follow. 2 children will be screened for eligibility for the Radion StreetKIDS! program.

Ben putting on a beanie for a unwell Lisaw child who came to collect blankets as well.

Pet Dam Village - Lisu Hilltribesmen
Completed relief distribution among the poorest of the 1000 strong lisu population

Medical mission was not scheduled but due to the number of sick turning up to collect the reliefs, we activated it. Attending to children running high fevers and colds due to the weather.

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